Star Trek First Contact: Complete Motion Picture Score – Soundtrack Review

“score was a heavily truncated experience with many of the shorter themes and moments removed to abide by the demands of the Musicians Union at that period of time. This limited edition soundtrack from composer Jerry Goldsmith with supporting material from his son Joel Goldsmith includes an additional twenty five minutes of music removed from the original score restoring the soundtrack to its original entirety.” Continue reading Star Trek First Contact: Complete Motion Picture Score – Soundtrack Review

Manga Exhibit 2019 – British Museum, London: Retrospective Review

“Manga at the British Museum¬†that started its tour on the 23rd May 2019 and concluded on the 26th August charted the origins and rise of this art style from the earliest interpretations and designs through to the fundamental cultural shift as Japanese society and its ethos changed following the second world war and through to its current iterations and style.” Continue reading Manga Exhibit 2019 – British Museum, London: Retrospective Review

Biohazard 4 Original Soundtrack and Visual Booklet – Review

“stature and grandeur as the titles grew in strength and scope with some notable tracks featured over the years. Of all the music in the series, my personal favourite up until playing the fourth chapter was the entry theme of Chris Redfield from Code Veronica¬†which as a young impressionable gamer set a precedent for the adventure ahead. With the evolution of the series onto the GameCube and stylistically a change in both location and tone from the earlier games when I first experienced this title it was a somewhat radical departure from what had come before, the pomp and bombastic tones and musical themes experienced in the earlier games replaced with a more subdued score that did in part allude to the work of its predecessors but almost an homage.” Continue reading Biohazard 4 Original Soundtrack and Visual Booklet – Review

Star Trek: The Next Generation Sketch Book The Movies – Book Review

“Published through the Pocket Book subsidiary, this sketch book was released in 1998 providing a tome of information and supporting material as The Next Generation transitioned into the cinematic universe. It was a collaboration between veteran writer J.M Dillard, a mainstay in the franchises expanded literary universe and concept artist John Eaves who continues to bring the vision of the shows creators to life with his involvement in the first seasons of Discovery and Picard” Continue reading Star Trek: The Next Generation Sketch Book The Movies – Book Review

On Tour With Watch Dogs Legion: Camden

“locations as featured in the game Watch Dogs Legion to their digital equivalence. Each review will feature a distinct part of the Capital with many of the most well known and famous buildings and structures represented as well as a few personal hidden treasures from that area. For the second chapter in this new series, we continue our exploration of the city by moving away from the historic quarter of Westminster and Parliament Square and arriving at the independent, bohemian spirited Borough of Camden. A new addition to the Open World recreation of London, unique to this game and an interesting time to explore both the virtual and real world versions of this part of the City. From its iconic bridge to the quiet, serenity of the waterways, any visit to this part of London is a memorable experience but also to see how transformative the events of the last year have been resulting in an alternate, historical portrayal of the future.” Continue reading On Tour With Watch Dogs Legion: Camden